Affordable Lodges with Hot Tubs in Scotland for 2

Lodges with Hot Tubs in Scotland for 2

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Looking for lodges with hot tubs in Scotland for 2? This guide details the best cabins, lodges and apartments across the country so you can book a wee getaway with some luxury.

The majority of the lodges with hot tubs in our guide are available all year round, so you can plan a summer nature escape or a chilled winter weekend away.

If you are planning to book a hot tub lodge for Hogmanay (31st December), you should do so as soon as you decide to celebrate the new year, as they do book up quickly.

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Lodges in the North of Scotland with Hot Tubs

1. 1-Bed Scenic Lodge at Dunnet

These cool lodges in the northeast of Scotland are a perfect escape for couples looking to chill out with scenic views.

Guests say the hosts are the friendliest of people and breakfast is offered each morning of your stay.

All units have a seating area, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with free toiletries and a shower.

Some units also have a kitchen.

Other amenities include TV, Wi-Fi, heating, and washing facilities.

  • Location: Dunnet, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, 1 bedroom
  • From: £ 120

2. A Unique, Comfortable Space with Hot Tub & Views

Located near Lochinver, this unique 1 bed pod is the perfect place for you and your partner to spend a relaxing weekend.

With a private hot tub overlooking the mountain Suilven, there are plenty of scenic views and trails nearby.

The pod is open plan and has an en-suite bathroom, a small kitchen area, and two comfortable seats composing the living room.

TV and heating are also included in the price.

This host has received excellent reviews regarding communication and cleanliness, with many previous guests applauding the location too.

  • Location: Lochinver, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
  • From: £ 145

3. Camster Self Catering Pod with Hot Tub

10 mins from Lybster, a popular location on the North Coast 500 route, this popular apartment with a hot tub is close to many historic sites and other places to explore.

This luxury glamping pod includes a hot tub and can sleep up to 4 guests.

It also has a kitchen with hob, microwave and fridge in addition to tea and coffee making facilities and underfloor heating throughout.

At an extremely reasonable price, you cannot falter this accommodation!

Looking for more options on the NC500? Here’s our accommodation guide and self-contained apartments post.

  • Location: Lybster, Scotland
  • Summary: 4 guests, 1 bedroom, 2 beds, 1.5 bathrooms
  • From: £ 145

4. Drumossie Bothy

Found a few miles from the infamous Loch Ness, this 1 bedroom bothy has an outdoor wood-fired hot tub as well as an outdoor seating area.

10 mins away from Inverness City Centre and across from the popular wedding venue Drumossie Hotel, you can enjoy a quiet weekend away whilst remaining relatively close to restaurants and places to visit.

Some amenities include washing facilities, TV, and heating.

The host is happy to help during your stay and commits to a thorough cleaning policy.

  • Location: Milton of Leys, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
  • From: £ 110

5. Frances’ Sketch Pad with Hot Tub

A newly-built lodge encompassing spectacular views of Ben Nevis, Aonach Mor, and the Grey Corries, this is the ideal accommodation for couples and small families looking for a retreat to the Scottish Highlands.

Located in Glenloy, just 6 miles outside of Fort William, the Airbnb is surrounded by wildlife and walks suitable for all abilities.

There is an outdoor hot tub included in the price as well as an indoor fireplace, washing machine, TV, Wi-Fi, and heating.

With 1 bed and a self-catering kitchen, this luxurious space is a must-stay!

  • Location: Fort William, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, Studio, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
  • From: £ 325

Lodges in the West of Scotland with Hot Tubs

6. Grooms Cottage with Outside Hot Tub

This cottage, found 20 mins from Glasgow City Centre, is the perfect spot for a romantic getaway.

With a private hot tub, this 1 bedroom listing is ideal for a weekend away with your partner.

Washing facilities, heating, and a TV are included as well as a modern kitchen area.

The host has been highly recommended by previous visitors, with the more remote location being a main selling point.

  • Location: Beith, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
  • From: £ 130

7. Marthrown of Mabie, Near Dumfries

Disclaimer: We worked with Marthrown of Mabie through a campaign with Scottish Hostels. This is a personal review which you can read more about in our South West Scotland road trip itinerary.

Marthrown of Mabie has an eclectic mix of accommodation on offer from luxury yurts to Iron Age roundhouses!

Each luxury yurt has a wooden double bed, sofa, kitchen with four ring hobs and the star of the show – a wood fired stove with an oven!

Wood is provided by Marthrown of Mabie which is unusual as glampsites normally charge.

A private hot shower and compost toilet is less than 2 minutes’ walk from the yurt and the toilet is a loo with a view!

The hot tub is wood fired but easily controlled by a cold tap.

All visitors have access to the communal hot tub and sauna.

Location: Mabie Forest, Near Dumfries
Summary: 2-6 bed yurts
From: £250

8. Argyll Rustic Getaway

These rustic lodges are located in Glencoe, one of Scotland’s most beautiful areas.

They cater for 2 people with one bedroom, terrace, flat screen TV and a private hot tub.

Super modern amenities yet chill cabins.

Guests love the discreet way breakfast is delivered.

  • Location: Ballachulish, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
  • From: £400

9. Shetland Budget Log Cabin with Hot Tub

For less than £100 per night, this cabin is ideal for couples seeking a short and relaxing break.

This Airbnb is just 20 mins east of Glasgow, and comes complete with a private outdoor hot tub.

A self-catering cabin, there is a fridge and microwave in addition to bathroom essentials, a TV and heating so you’ll have everything you need for an enjoyable stay.

The host has received positive feedback for their communication and cleanliness of the Airbnb.

  • Location: Airdrie, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, Studio, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
  • From: £ 90

Lodges in Central Scotland

10. The Attic @ Aikenhead House

This eco-friendly Airbnb with hot tub is located in Blairgowrie and Rattray in the lovely region of Perthshire.

This is an idyllic space in rural Scotland. The Airbnb has a wood fired hot tub in the garden so you can look at the stars as you chill out.

This is a self-contained studio within a country house called Aikenhead House which is a small holding with animals.

There is a super king bed or two single beds and a simple vegan breakfast is included in the kitchen.

This is a dog-friendly Airbnb but must be kept on the lead when outside of The Attic.

  • Location: Blairgowrie, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
  • From: £ 100

11. Affordable 2-Bed House With Hot Tub in Falkirk

If you are looking for something central, these wee cabins in Falkirk may be the answer.

Each unit offers a fully equipped kitchen including a dishwasher and washing machine.

For entertainment, you can enjoy the seating area, hot tub and flatscreen TV.

Shared bathroom facilities onsite.

  • Location: Falkirk, Scotland
  • Summary: 2 guests, 1 bed
  • From: £ 213

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Researching the perfect Scotland travel itinerary and looking for affordable accommodation with hot tubs? This guide shares the best Scotland Airbnbs with hot tubs in the Scottish Highlands, central belt and west coast.

About The Author

Eilidh has lived in Scotland her entire life and has had many fun weekends away with her friends in lodges around the West of Scotland. As a University student, she is looking to travel more and experience new cultures in the future.

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